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Emily Bakemeier

Deputy Provost

Bakemeier_emily_2018_resized In her nearly two decades at Yale, Emily has served as Assistant Provost, Associate Provost, Deputy Provost for the Arts and Humanities, Deputy Provost and Dean of Faculty Affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), and is currently Deputy Provost, with a portfolio that includes working closely with the School of Art, the Institute of Sacred Music, the Norfolk Summer Programs, the Yale Alumni Magazine, and the arts at Yale more generally. She is also responsible for specific aspects of faculty recruitment and retention, and retirement across the University. During her years at Yale, Emily's responsibilities have additionally included primary oversight for academic policy, resource allocation, and faculty affairs for the departments and programs in the FAS as well as for the professional schools of Art, Architecture, Drama, Music, and Divinity. In addition, she has had responsibility for oversight of the Whitney Humanities Center and the Center for Language Study. During her earlier years at Yale, Emily had primary responsibility for, or worked closely with, a broad range of additional academic units including the World Fellows Program, the Center for the Study of Globalization, the Women Faculty Forum, YCIAS (now the MacMillan Center), and the Writing Center. Emily is a Fellow of Pierson College, a member of the Elizabethan Club, and she has been a Fellow of the Whitney Humanities Center. She is Yale's representative to the Consortium on Financing Higher Education (COFHE) Assembly.

Currently a member of Dartmouth's Board of Trustees, Emily graduated with an A.B. in English Literature and Art History from Dartmouth College and earned an M.F.A. and Ph.D. in Art and Archaeology from Princeton University. Her area of academic expertise is sixteenth- and seventeenth-century northern European art. After having concentrated her early work on seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish painting and northern European architectural history, including landscape and garden architecture, Emily turned her attention and writing to French royal portraiture and iconography from the reign of Francois I (1515-1547) to that of Louis XIV (1661-1715).

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